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  1. 'Dog elimination day': inside Bali's confronting street battle to beat rabiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    His face is contorted in a mask of grief. The dog is lying on a strip of lawn, its black coat scattered with frangipani blossoms.


  2. Bank Indonesia Supports Yuan as Alternative International CurrencyRead the original story

    Monday Oct 5 | Sys-Con Media

    Bank Indonesia welcomes the idea of making China's yuan as an alternative official international currency to US dollar. "The BI position is positive and supports yuan if it is made an official international currency," head of the BI Representative office in North Sulawesi Peter Jacobs said here on Saturday.


  3. Bali back then and nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | Sun-Star

    FIFTEEN years. It's been that king since I stepped foot on the Indonesian island of Bali.


  4. JAKARTA: Managing the holy noise pollutionRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | Asia News Network

    A few weeks before Ramadhan 2015, Indonesia Vice President Jusuf Kalla in his address to the Council of Indonesian Ulema's meeting in Tegal Central Java, he suggested that it was important that the external loudspeakers of mosques were regulated. Additionally, Kalla has frequently said there is no "divine reward" for amplifying recorded recitations through loudspeakers.


  5. JAKARTA: Indonesian activists see regulation as a step to prohibit dog as foodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 30 | Asia News Network

    Some animal welfare organisations have applauded the Jakarta administration's plan to regulate dog meat distribution, hoping that it could eventually lead to the prohibition of dog consumption in the nation. With such a regulation, the city administration could monitor dog supplies for restaurants, said Justina Sukmato, spokeswoman for the animal welfare community Republik Guguk.


  6. Philippine gov't presses for more dressed meat exports to BIMP-EAGARead the original story

    Thursday Sep 24 | Asian Correspondent

    The Mindanao Development Authority on Thursday urged Filipino meat processors and livestock farmers to look into the multimillion halal and dressed meat market in the Brunei-Indonesia-Malaysia corridor, particularly in the Indonesian North Sulawesi territory, where demand has been on the rise. MinDA investment promotion officer Jonathan Miral said the proximity of the cities of General Santos and Davao City to Manado, Bitung and Tahuna provinces in Indonesia where efforts to re-open shipping and air links have been stepped up lately make meat production potential export revenue earner.


  7. Volunteer holidays hard work, but rewardingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2013 |

    Want to give something back while you're travelling? Communities for Communities volunteers are put to work on community projects in Thailand, Philippines, South Vietnam and Indonesia. I'm covered in a grimy mix of sweat and dirt using all my strength to cut through thick re-enforcing steel wondering why on earth I have chosen to do this over relaxing on a beach in Bali.


  8. Big deal for bridge in CalcuttaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 21 | The Telegraph

    An Indian team dominated by Calcuttans and captained by a Ballygunge resident finished fourth in a field of 28 top international sides that competed in the World Invitation Bridge Tournament in Indonesia a few weeks ago. The squad of three pairs, led by Hemant Jalan, lost to champions Bulgaria in the semi-final stage after once beating them in the league stage of the tournament, held at Manado between late August and early September.


  9. Indonesia to sink seized shipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2015 | The Star Online

    Jakarta: In celebration of the 70th year of Indonesia's independence, the government is planning to produce a grand spectacle by sinking another batch of foreign fishing vessels. The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry's director-general for maritime and fisheries resources surveillance, Asep Burhanuddin, said his office was working together with the navy and the water police to prepare 37 fishing vessels that local courts had declared guilty of poaching or poaching-related offences in the country's territorial waters.


  10. 2nd Nongsa Carnival at Turi Beach ResortRead the original story

    Aug 9, 2015 | PressReleasePoint

    Turi Beach Resort is thrilled to announce that Turi Beach Resort will organize 2nd Nongsa Carnival 2015 on 12th September 2015 . There will be so many attraction such as Indonesian costumes show, Indonesian culinary, Malay and Bali dance, Turiversary Celebrations of the resort as well as an integral part of Destination Nongsa under Wonderful Indonesia, Wonderful KEPPRI and Visit Batam tourism flagship.


  11. Roa for a good Manadonese mealRead the original story

    Jul 3, 2015 | The Star Online

    As a designer of thousand-ringgit frocks, Jovian Mandagie probably has to deal with his fair share of difficult clientele. But nothing - not even the nouveau riche females who come swishing through those boutique doors - could compare with a famished patron.


  12. Infrastructure a tourism bottleneck for IndonesiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2015 |

    Foreign tourists hold surf boards as they wade into the waters off Kuta beach, Bali island. SILADEN ISLAND: The untapped beauty of Indonesia's sprawling archipelago is rivalled by few, but seeing the best parts requires time because getting there is no holiday.


  13. Muck diving in the Lembeh Straits of SulawesiRead the original story

    Jun 26, 2015 | The Star Online

    Muck diving is different from typical reef diving. Rather than watching big fish swim past coral walls, it's all about searching for "treasures" amidst dead corals, seagrass or human garbage on muddy sea floors.


  14. Indonesian police detail boat turnback and alleged paymentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2015 | ABC News

    Indonesian police have provided new details about how Australian authorities allegedly intercepted an asylum seeker boat, transferred the passengers onto two boats and sent them back to Indonesia. One of the boats provided by Australia allegedly ran out of fuel during the journey and the asylum seekers had to climb onto the other boat which later crashed onto a reef.


  15. USS Rushmore Aids 65 People Near IndonesiaRead the original story

    Jun 11, 2015 | Marine News

    Distressed persons wait to be rescued by Sailors and Marines aboard the amphibious dock landing ship USS Rushmore in the Pacific Ocean. Rushmore rescued 65 people after discovering that they were floating onbamboos USS Rushmore rendered assistance to 65 people on makeshift bamboo rafts in the waters between the Indonesian islands of Kalimantan and Sulawesi June 10. Shipboard lookouts spotted the distressed persons waving orange and white flags.


  16. Rescue teams tackle large-scale disasters in joint field exerciseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2015 | The Star Online

    This year's Asean Regional Forum Disaster Relief Exercise underlined the country's commitment to improving standards when it comes to handling disaster relief efforts and emergency management. The exercise, which ran from May 24 to 28, was divided into two parts - the Table Top Exercise , held in Alor Star, Kedah, and the Field Training Exercise , held at Timah Tasoh and Chuping in Perlis.


  17. JAKARTA: Jokowi shrugs off Fifa threatsRead the original story

    May 30, 2015 | Asia News Network

    Indonesia President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has reiterated his support for Youth and Sports Minister Imam Nahrawi in his handling of the crisis in national football that has set the government at loggerheads with the Football Association of Indonesia . He pointed out the urgent need for reform of national football by the government, even if it did result in an international ban by the world footballgoverning body Fifa.


  18. $250M cable project beginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | Pacific Daily News

    The $250 million undersea fiber-optic cable project that will add capacity to the growing Internet traffic between Asia and the U.S. mainland -- via Guam and Honolulu -- has started, GTA Teleguam and its partners announced last week.


  19. China to Construct Power Plant in North Sulawesi, IndonesiaRead the original story

    Apr 5, 2015 | Sys-Con Media

    China will build a power plant to support a special economic zone to be built in the North Sulawesi city of Bitung. The 2x150 megawatt power plant will supply power for the KEK and for the region in general, head of the provincial industry and trade office, Jenny Karouw said.


  20. Global consortium, NEC begin construction of USD 250 m SEA-US cable systemRead the original story

    Apr 3, 2015 |

    A global consortium of telecommunications companies, formed to build and operate the South-East Asia - United States submarine cable system, officially announced the start of the construction of the landmark project, the first to directly connect Indonesia with the United States. NEC Corporation and NEC Corporation of America are the system suppliers for the US $250 million project that is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2016.